Even the name's of the places are friendly. Who wouldn't want to visit such a lovely place with bright red sand and that's named after a beloved family member, Cousin's Shore? There is even a place called, "Pleasant View"! The whole island could be called that!
|Fields Painted With Colour|
These gentle rolling hills are a canvas to small strips of fields painted with golden wheat and purply blue flax.
Coming from the prairies, I was so surprised to see such small fields!
|Attractively Coloured Fishing Shacks|
Colour here, colour there, there is colour everywhere,
Houses, fishing shacks, people, too,
Soil, sky, fields, and music to name a few!
|Anne of Green Gables Crew at Avonlee|
Notice the beaver mountie? We called him, "Justin Beaver". Everywhere we went, we took a picture of him. We had all kinds of people ask us what we were doing with the beaver. I told them I was making a picture book for my grade twos and Justin Beaver was going to go on many trips with the grade twos throughout the year. He journeyed and vacationed in Disneyland, Florida, Hawaii, Medicine Hat, and Winnipeg. The students took pictures of him at the locations and journalled about their trips.
|Justine Beaver Sits at Sir John Macdonald's Desk|
Justin snuck into the office of Sir John A, shhh, don't tell anyone that he snuck behind the rope...
|Justin in a Maple Tree|
"Oh, the maple tree, the maple tree,
What a beautiful sight to see..."
|Justin drinks Raspberry Cordial...Yumm!|
You have to try the raspberry cordial! It is so delicious. If it is good enough for Anne, it has to be good enough for you!
|Oh, The Colours!|
Okay, enough with the beaver. Can you believe the colours of the rocks, sky and the sand?
|North Cape's Rocky Cliffs|
Okay, there is one more Justine Beaver photo that I have to share. The sign in the background is blurred, but it says, "Attention, Dangerous Cliffs!"
|Justin, What Did the Sign Say?|
I was positively relieved to find my photographs today! Isn't it time that you go to PEI?
|It's About Time...|
The Old and the New
The PEI photographs are "soul property" of Renee Dowling.
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